Neurological devices aim to treat some of the most challenging health conditions. According to FDA, “neurological devices can help diagnose, prevent, and treat a variety of neurological disorders and conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, major depression, epilepsy, spinal cord injury, and traumatic brain injury." These devices could be used "to help restore hearing and sight and provide increased function for those with limb loss or congenital limb differences." The agency describes them as neurodiagnostic, neurointerventional, and neurostimulation devices.
Check out our slideshow to see some of the latest innovations in neurological devices. These include Aleva Neurotherapeutics's directSTIM Directional Deep Brain Stimulation System, Avicenna.AI's CINA ASPECTS AI tool for stroke severity assessment, WISE Srl's WISE Cortical Strip for intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring, Epipole’s epiCam and Statumanu’s AI software for detecting intracranial pressure, ClearPoint Neuro's development of robotic assisted system, Minnetronix Medical's MindsEye expandable port, Oticon Medical's Neuro System, Aesculap Mobile Learning Lab, NeuraMetrix’s digital biomarker, gaitQ's wearable device intended to help patients with Parkinson’s overcome gait freeze, Oculogica's chronic traumatic encephalopathy assessment system, Cognetivity Neurosciences Ltd.'s AI-based Integrated Cognitive Assessment software, and Sencure's biometric sensing chip for wearable biometric solutions for neurological cases and electroencephalogram recording.